PIPPA Middleton and her husband have revealed plans to turn an old farmhouse into a new giant and kid-friendly campsite.
The couple acquired the 72-acre Bucklebury Ranch in Berkshire in October 2020.
Formerly a deer hunting park, they have since submitted plans to convert it, with play areas, cafes as well as more log cabins and cabins.
The new images reveal plans for seven new metro compartments for families with bunk beds and cabin beds for children, as well as a kitchen, bathroom and living area.
Similar plans for the new wooden cabins were launched, with a mezzanine and porch area.
The images also show a camping area, cafe, children’s play area and new barn.
While plans have been submitted, they have yet to be approved, as it is an Area of Outstanding Beauty that will come with its own strict zoning rules.
Pippa and her husband were previously spotted at the ranch, along with Kate Middleton and her children.
The farm is just minutes away from them £5 million family home in Berkshire.
Kate and William are still regular visitors to the Middleton family home and are known to have made trips to the local Boot Inn.
In fact, Prince George spent his first few weeks in Bucklebury rather than Kensington Palace.
The farm now offers lots of kid-friendly activities, according to Berkshire Liveincluding tractor rides, hikes, and an outdoor adventure play area with zip line.
Children can also visit the petting zoo with goats, ponies and donkeys.
Parents trying to plan their activities for half a semester have plenty of great UK attractions to choose from.
This includes technology-free BeWILDerwood attractionwith parks in both Norfolk and Cheshire.
A new one Game of Thrones attracts tourists will also open in Northern Ireland this week.
And movie fans can come to London with a new Harry Potter attraction opened at the Warner Bros Studio Tour.
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